Utah administrators highlight successful practices for disadvantaged students

09/29/2013 | Deseret News (Salt Lake City), The

Teacher collaboration, positive school culture and a focus on data-informed instruction are among the best practices for boosting student achievement among at-risk students, say several principals of high-performing Title I schools in Utah. Speaking to lawmakers during a recent Education Task Force meeting, the administrators also emphasized the crucial role played by Title I and other funding sources in teaching disadvantaged students.

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